The Melbourne Museum

The Melbourne Museum is located in Carlton Gardens at the northern top end of the city precinct.  It is set in the Carlton Gardens and adjacent to the 19th century Royal Exhibition building.

A visit to Melbourne Museum is a rich, surprising insight into life in Victoria. We show you Victoria's intriguing permanent collections and bring you brilliant temporary exhibitions from near and far. You'll see our natural environment, our cultures and our history through different perspectives.

When the VMSVC run event here the pursuit track is set up in the large open concourse between the two buildings and is easily accessible for both the participants and the public.

In 2016 the VMSVC event is scheduled to run on the 6th of September.  As the event draws near there will be more information available.

Travel to the venue is relatively easy with undercover parking for passenger vehicles available.  If you are using public transport then tram, train and bus services are all close by.

Map of melbourne museum

 

The closest Metro train station is at Parliament and you should exit via the Latrobe Street plaza.  Tram 86 or 96 will bring you onto Nicholson street, the Gertrude Street stop is the closest.  Bus routes 250,251 and 402 travel down Rathdown Street and will drop you off exactly at the museum entrance on the western side.

If you click on the map depicted then the Google Maps site will show you the surrounding area and you may be able to get appropriate guidance to the Museum area.

The Melbourne Museum primary online information can be accessed at:

  https://museumvictoria.com.au/melbournemuseum/